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Call: Fellowships at Cornell in Sound [us Ithaca, NY]

new_shc_entrance_6.jpgCornell Society for the Humanities Fellowships, 2011-2012 :: Sound: Culture, Theory, Practice, Politics

Timothy Murray, Director of the Society for the Humanities, is pleased to announce the 2011-2012 research focal theme: “Sound: Culture, Theory, Practice, Politics.” Six to eight Fellows will be appointed.

The Society for the Humanities invites scholars to reflect this year upon the theme of “Sound: Culture, Theory, Practice, Politics” as a means of analyzing the resonance of historical and contemporary representations, movements, ideas, and negations of sound.

Representations of sound abound in visual, textual, and aural realms. Storytelling, poetry, music, theater, oral histories, political speeches, and noise find their way in and out of texts, images, and recordings as various kinds of sound travel through different media. Continue reading


Aug 20, 2010
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iPhone/iPod Touch instrument Workshop [de Berlin]

nk.jpgiPhone/iPod Touch instrument Workshop :: September 10, 2010 from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. :: @ NK Elsenstr. 52 2HH 2Etage 12059 Berlin :: Transform your iThing into a personalised sensor instrument! :: Participation is limited to 12 :: Registration: Pre-registration is recommended and can be done by sending an email to: Ko-Le Chen–k.l.chen@ncl.ac.uk :: Fee: Free

…This one-day workshop is intended to give people the skills to develop their own personalized sensor instruments on the iThing, without the need to purchase a developers license, learn much coding or ʻjailbreak’ their phone. Continue reading


Aug 20, 2010
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South Fields – Sound Work [us Brooklyn]

_mg_1934.jpgSound Fields :: Call for sound work about sound and the city :: Gowanus Hotel, Brooklyn, NY :: Deadline: September 1, 2010.

image: the Gowanas Canal, Brooklyn by Tod Seelie

Accepting submissions for an exhibition of sound work to take place in a massive industrial space in Brooklyn :: Sound Fields is about sound and the city, different acoustic territories and the control of them:: The exhibition will take place at the 8000 sq ft Gowanus Hotel from September 23rd to the 25th. Visit our website or contact sound.culture@yahoo.com for more information.

Constructing acoustic boundaries by listening allows us to recognize sounds and utilize them to navigate the city. This is at the core of Sound Fields: Mapping Acoustic Territories. Critical awareness of sound is an important tool for perception and the production of meaning. The exhibition will allow the participants to forge their own path through shifting landscapes of sound.
For more: http://sensoryregimes.byethost12.com/?page_id=2


Aug 13, 2010
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Live Stage: S.LOW PROJEKT at NK [de Berlin]

41784_138519922853529_2299_n.jpgS.LOW PROJEKT – Fifth Week ::August 12, 2010; 3:00 pm – August 13, 2010; 9:30 pm :: 91mQ, NK, Projektraum Schwarz.

S.LOW is a Berlin-based cross-disciplinary project involving 34 international and national visual artists, music composers working with electronic media, musicologists, performers, engineers, physical scientists and film-makers. The project aims to articulate synergies from such a mixed community of individuals who have been invited to respond to the concept of ‘slow’ and or ‘low ‘, in the context of the city of Berlin.

AUGUST 12, 2010: Artists Gathering :: Venue: Metropol Cafe-Bar – Landsberger Allee 62 – 10249 Berlin (map) Continue reading


Aug 9, 2010
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Sound Fields: Mapping Acoustic Territories [us NYC]

headphones22.jpgSound Fields: Mapping Acoustic Territories :: September 23-25, 2010 :: Brooklyn, NY :: :: Call for Submissions — Deadline: September 1, 2010.

image: alvaro_olivares

Exhibition to take place in a massive industrial space in Brooklyn. Sound Fields is about sound and the city, different acoustic territories and the control of them. In public places one wanders in a field of sounds that are ambient and discrete, loud and soft, which form intermittent relationships withone another. This acoustic mise en scène is often deemed distracting or cacophonous, leading to the marginalization of sound that is judged to be noise. Think of the subway, the library, or the church. Continue reading


Aug 8, 2010
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Live Stage: Super Collider World Premiere [us NYC]

585_gamelan.jpgChristine Southworth’s Super Collider World Premiere performed by Gamelan ElekTrika & Kronos Quartet :: August 13, 2010; 7:30 p.m. :: Damrosch Park Bandshell, Lincoln Center Out of Doors Seriesl, New York, NY.

The performance will also feature a set of new gamelan instruments designed and built by current and former MIT students.

Gamelan Galak Tika (pictured above performing in Bali) is comprised of about 30 members, most of whom are MIT students and staff. The group is America’s most innovative Balinese Gamelan. Led by composer and Professor of Music Evan Ziporyn, Galak Tika has performed groundbreaking music at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, BAM, Bang on a Can Marathons, at colleges in the Northeast, and throughout Bali, Indonesia. Continue reading


Aug 8, 2010
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Two Thousand + TEN Symposium [ie Belfast]

call.jpgCall for Papers (including publishing opportunity in the International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media (Intellect Ltd) :: Deadlines: see below:: Two Thousand + TEN Symposium: Improvisation (on performance and technologies) :: November 6, 2010 :: Sonic Arts Research Centre, Belfast, Ireland ::

KEYNOTES: Professor Georgina Born (Cambridge University/University College London); Professor David Borgo (University of California San Diego); Evan Parker (saxophone) – invited performer and director of the ‘improvised music collective’

The Two Thousand + symposia series, in its fourth edition in 2010, has established itself as a forum for contemporary critical exchange and discussion relating to the performing arts. Since 2006 the symposium has been running alongside the Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music in Belfast. Continue reading


Aug 8, 2010
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Performing the World

entangled.jpgFrom a review of Chris Salter‘s: Entangled and the Transformation of Performance :: Performance, All Over the Map: On Chris Salter’s “Entangled” by Maria Chatzichristodoulou [aka Maria X] in Rhizome:

…Through the framing of an expanded and diverse range of practices as performative, Salter seeks to shift our understanding of what constitutes performance practice today. Indeed, in the first paragraph of his introduction, Salter goes on to claim that “everything has become performative” (p. xxi). And it is, I think, this proposition that is one of this book’s most important contributions to contemporary thinking and praxis. Salter points at a shift in the zeitgeist that occurred at the end of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st century, when the euphoria of the virtual was replaced with a reconsideration and re-foregrounding of the physical body and, with it, “embodiment, situatedness, presence, and materiality.” (ibid) Continue reading


Aug 8, 2010
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Call for Net Art: Java Museum

rawski2.jpgCall for works :: Celebrate!:: 2010 – 10 Years JavaMuseum :: deadline September 1, 2010

image:Day 58 by Tomas Rawski

JavaMuseum – Forum for Internet Technology in Contemporary Art is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2010, but that’s not all. In addition [NewMediaArtProjectNetwork]:||cologne will be celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2010, as well. On this occasion, JavaMuseum is realising a big show online, entitled: “CELEBRATE!” which started on 1 January 2010 – http://2010.javamuseum.org

Founded in 2000 and active since 2001 as a corporate part of [NewMediaArtProjectNetwork:||cologne, JavaMuseum is one of the relevant platforms for Internet based art on the net. Under the direction of Wilfried Agricola de Cologne, JavaMuseum realised more than 20 showcases and competitions of netart in a global context between 2001 and 2009 and has been hosting a comprehensive collection of netart since 2000 including more than 400 artists and 1000 art works. Continue reading


Aug 5, 2010
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Jobs at Future Everything

future.jpg Jobs at FutureEverything – Music Programme Project Manager :: Deadline: September 5, 2010.

FutureEverything has been at the cutting-edge of electronic music for 15 years. We are looking for an individual who can deliver a coherent, dynamic, commercially viable and ground breaking programme of music projects for the festival as well as co-ordinate and manage our role in an international festivals network funded by EU Culture 2007.

To Read more go here or download the Job Description (PDF 100kb) here.


Aug 5, 2010
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